Tui has launched a ‘Live Happy’ sale on all summer holidays departing between May and the end of October next year. Thousands of trips are on offer now.
Tui Group has reported a €2.4 billion loss for the financial year as it battles back from the Covid-19 pandemic. The figure is an improvement on losses of €3.5 billion seen the year before.
The christening ceremony, complete with the traditional champagne smash, was officiated over by corporate captain, Marco Menke, and godmother, college exam officer, Catherine Hawkins.
Three new itineraries will be added to the sailings bringing the total number available for customers to choose from to 21, with a range of durations from three-14 nights.
TUI has completed its second rights offering this year. The proceeds from the capital increase will be used to reduce the drawings on the KfW credit line and the banks’ cash facility.
The work will relaunch the brand with a fresh brand identity for the post-pandemic world against a backdrop of travel restrictions easing across Europe.
Tui Group has confirmed plans to issue new share capital valued at €1.1 billion as the battle to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic continues.
Tui Group has reported a loss of €670 million for the third quarter of the year. However, the company has now resumed business activities in all European markets, with cashflow positive for the period.
Tui has launched its latest venture, Tui River Cruises, after an 18-month delay due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Passenger sailings begin on Sunday.
TUI Group has extended its existing credit lines until summer 2024 as the company seeks to insulate itself from the ongoing impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Travellers can choose from 45 destinations, including winter classics such as the Canaries, Egypt and Mexico, as well as brand new Senegal, perfect for a new experience off the beaten track.